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Two friends and myself have restored this 1971 Morris Van for me to use on a daily basis. A farmer bought it in 1971 from new and after about four years a motor bike crashed into the drivers side at 60 mph, amazingly no one was injured. The farmer wheeled it into his barn and that's where it stayed for about 30 years, because of that the chassis is in excellent condition with no welding done to it or needing being done. With myself being only the second owner and 46,000 miles on the clock it was quite a find.

Ruff's thinking what has bought now! From this to that

Ruff giving the van a final inspection!
Damage by motor bike    
Van on side Showing twist  
Petrol tank and chassis    
The back before I ripped out the wood

um nowhere for me to sit!

 
     
  Engin bay now painted Mini carb and filter on at the moment
     
Solid wheel arches   Undecided on putting the parcel tray in
Manufactures paint still on chassis New wings on  
Twist being taken out   The original dealers plate
If you think I'm getting in there you must be joking Back in the container  
     
Just finished painting logo in oil, notice seat being recovered in background Photo of painting made into vinyl  

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